Gianluca Capozzi's artwork offers an archaeology of contemporary life.
If anyone were to discover her works decades or even centuries later, they'd see our societies as they are: fragments of our every day lives, be it enjoying a day at the beach or walking on crowded city streets, on the way to work. But for the modern viewer, her artwork holds unexpected visual surprises that give us--quite literally--a fresh perspective on our daily activities: such as images that are off-center, where the focal point is the people dispersing into the city streets from an empty center or a young woman standing in the foreground with a fire blazing right behind her. Capozzi has the talent to render the familiar unfamiliar for the viewers of today while also making it more memorable for the viewers of tomorrow."
Claudia Moscovici, cofounder of postromanticism.com and art critic (Romanticism and Postromanticism, Lexington Books, 2012)